Maxwell Bathroom Painting

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Recent Review: Great, took care ofrotecting our things, and triple checked the work. Very happy with the work done. Very easy to work with.
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Business Description: 10% initial deposit required on any bid >$1,000 and rest due upon completion. Any bid >$5,000, but $10,000 may include up to 2 progress payments totaling up to 50% of the bid during any time 1-3 weeks after start date. Any bid >$7,500 has potential for a payment plan depending on circumstances, but a minimum 50% is due upon completion. If circumstances do grant the customer the opportunity for a payment plan regardless of how the arrangement is made, the full amount is needed within 30 days of the completion date- and of course including owner/customers satisfaction of the services performed. 5% discount if paid in cash.
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Recent Review: The job went very well overall in regard to quality and execution.  I recommend this vendor for interior painting but there was one thing you should watch out for and manage if you hire Debra. Debra had to remove several fixtures in order to paint walls.  She was not very good at getting the items back on the wall securely and we had one item that got broken upon removal [a globe on a 3 light fixture was broken].  She also had a hard time accessing a tight spot in the bath tub area.  She must have used the tub faucet as a step because she bent it and it is not a bit cockeyed.  It still works OK but it does turn straight and is a constant reminder of what happened.  I would use this vendor again, but next time I will remove all fixtures myself [and re-install] and I will ask her to be careful not to step on ANYTHING except her ladder  in order to paint high locations.
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Recent Review: Tony and his crew were always on time, they were very nice and very clean. It was a painless process with a BEAUTIFUL outcome! Tony went above and beyond the call of duty. I wish I knew about TME Construction when I remodeled my other bathroom.
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Recent Review: This is second time that we have contracted with Double Dub Construction for a project.  The first one was a deck replacement.  We were so impressed with Will Walker's work ethic and quality of work that we contracted with his company again to remodel our kitchen.  Will is the hardest working contactor that I have ever encountered in the course of owing several homes in a variety of states during a career in the Navy.  His crew arrives early to the job site so that they can be unpacked and ready to go to work on time, not just arrive on time.  Will and his crew work quickly without any sacrifice in quality of work.  He was very sensitive to the fact that the one of the most important rooms in the house was going to be out of commission and he made sure that his crew completed all of their tasks in a timely fashion so that cabinet installation could go as scheduled.  Will sets high standards of performance for himself and his crew and holds his subcontractors to those same high standards.  He is very sensitive to controlling dust during demolition and drywall work and in protecting floors.  His crew cleans up their work area daily and also clean up the area where they clean their equipment afterwards.  Will has been a pleasure to work with and I would definitely recommend him to anyone and will use his services again in the future.
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Recent Review: Among numerous other elements, services were to include complete prepping of wood varnished cabinet island, cabinet panels, doors, and drawer faces for application of lacquer to provide a smooth, gloss color finish to [quote] exactly match [end quote]  the paint color sample as provided by me. 1.    When asked by me about filling cracks and holes prior to lacquer application to ensure that a smooth, gap-free finish resulted, the owner stated that all would be completely filled and sanded and that this is definitely part of their preparation process. 2.    During and at close of performance of your services, I expressed my strong dissatisfaction for the following reasons: 3.    The color of the lacquer sprayed on the cabinet island and cabinet panels was drastically different from that of the paint sample provided and as was promised would match ?exactly?, and 4.    The owner very unprofessionally pointed fingers and laid blame on the company that mixed the lacquer when the owner is the contractor providing the services and receiving payment for services of whom is responsible for ensuring that the services he provides and the products used for said services are of the quality he promises the customer, and 5.    The finish of the lacquer was that of over spray -- a dull, rough matte that was still transparent ? shadows of the wood finish still showing through, and appeared as though it was just the white primer, and 6.    None of the cracks ? spaces between trim moldings and cabinet and cabinet corners ? had been filled, and 7.    Holes that had been filled were grossly dimpled caused by not filling and sanding properly and by not allowing putty to completely dry prior to primer and lacquer application, and 8.    It was also quite apparent that sanding of all surfaces had not been done and that all that was done was primer sprayed on prior to lacquer application, and 9.    I, the customer, had to make two trips into Eureka to speak with the company who had mixed the lacquer to ensure that the lacquer color was matched correctly for the remainder of the project, and to obtain correctly matched oil-based paint so that I could fill cracks, sand, and re-paint all surfaces they had lacquered. I was told by the manager of the paint company that it was clear that the owner is not fully educated on paint and lacquer products and the behavior of said products, and that it is the painting/refinishing company's responsibility to verify color matching and to educate and properly advise their customers to ensure the best possible end result, and 10.    I, the customer, had to invest 3 full days to fill cracks, sand, prime, and re-paint the island cabinet and cabinet panels, and 11.    Painter?s tape that is designed specifically to not tear off existing dry paint, no less tear of wall board when applied and removed as per instruction, had been ripped off my walls, causing damage to the kitchen painted walls and wall board, and 12.    Repair of the above damage to walls was left for me, the customer, to repair, and 13.    When I stated that the lacquer finish looked like overspray -- dull matt primer -- and that this is unacceptable and I wanted to ensure that the doors and drawer fronts had the correct gloss finish, the owner then stated that he could always add a clear coat to obtain the gloss finish. When working with lacquer, a clear finish coat, whether matte, satin, or gloss, is standard practice ? it finishes  the surface -- and it appears, just as with the lack of proper prepping,  as though he was attempting to cut corners, and 14.    Once the cabinet doors and drawer fronts were finally brought back for installation, (2 weeks after project initiation), it is obvious that filling of cracks was not done prior to priming and lacquer application and that he attempted to just use the lacquer to fill cracks. Many of the cracks between the molding and the door faces remained, which is unacceptable for painted/lacquered finishes, and 15.    There were fingerprints in the lacquer finish on a couple of the door fronts where someone had handled them before the lacquer was dry, and 16.    I, the customer, had to fill the cracks, sand, prime, and re-paint all of the door faces and drawer fronts using oil-based paint. 17.    Not only was the job not as promised and of unbelievable poor quality, the job was not complete on July 12, 2013 as promised. Not only did I not receive the doors and drawer fronts back from them until 2 full weeks from project inception, I , the customer, had to completely re-finish the entire kitchen cabinets, doors, and drawer fronts myself.

Reviews in Maxwell to Paint Bathrooms

AACTION PAINTING
Great, took care ofrotecting our things, and triple checked the work. Very happy with the work done. Very easy to work with.
- C M....
DFirst Pick Builders-DKI
Work was finally completed after 4 months and many many telephone calls. The work was fair at best with many items totally that were paid for were never completed at all or only done partially! Contractor told me several times that the reason there were so many problems was because "he made no profit from the job"or "ran out of paint" or can't do the work until $500 deductible is fully paid" ($300 was paid half way through the work). Contractor also lied on numerous occasions to me and the insurance company about completion of work in order to get paid before much of the work was done!
- Paul S....
AFinal Touch Painting
The job went very well overall in regard to quality and execution.  I recommend this vendor for interior painting but there was one thing you should watch out for and manage if you hire Debra. Debra had to remove several fixtures in order to paint walls.  She was not very good at getting the items back on the wall securely and we had one item that got broken upon removal [a globe on a 3 light fixture was broken].  She also had a hard time accessing a tight spot in the bath tub area.  She must have used the tub faucet as a step because she bent it and it is not a bit cockeyed.  It still works OK but it does turn straight and is a constant reminder of what happened.  I would use this vendor again, but next time I will remove all fixtures myself [and re-install] and I will ask her to be careful not to step on ANYTHING except her ladder  in order to paint high locations.
- Mark H....
ATME Construction Inc
Tony was great to work with and used to working with out of State owners. They worked around our tenants schedule which was a pain and they had to spread the job out over 4 weeks to accommodate our tenant. We would use Tony and his crew again for our other properties in CA.
- John P....
ADouble Dub Construction
This is second time that we have contracted with Double Dub Construction for a project.  The first one was a deck replacement.  We were so impressed with Will Walker's work ethic and quality of work that we contracted with his company again to remodel our kitchen.  Will is the hardest working contactor that I have ever encountered in the course of owing several homes in a variety of states during a career in the Navy.  His crew arrives early to the job site so that they can be unpacked and ready to go to work on time, not just arrive on time.  Will and his crew work quickly without any sacrifice in quality of work.  He was very sensitive to the fact that the one of the most important rooms in the house was going to be out of commission and he made sure that his crew completed all of their tasks in a timely fashion so that cabinet installation could go as scheduled.  Will sets high standards of performance for himself and his crew and holds his subcontractors to those same high standards.  He is very sensitive to controlling dust during demolition and drywall work and in protecting floors.  His crew cleans up their work area daily and also clean up the area where they clean their equipment afterwards.  Will has been a pleasure to work with and I would definitely recommend him to anyone and will use his services again in the future.
- David G....
FFred's Finishing Quality Wood Finishes
Among numerous other elements, services were to include complete prepping of wood varnished cabinet island, cabinet panels, doors, and drawer faces for application of lacquer to provide a smooth, gloss color finish to [quote] exactly match [end quote]  the paint color sample as provided by me. 1.    When asked by me about filling cracks and holes prior to lacquer application to ensure that a smooth, gap-free finish resulted, the owner stated that all would be completely filled and sanded and that this is definitely part of their preparation process. 2.    During and at close of performance of your services, I expressed my strong dissatisfaction for the following reasons: 3.    The color of the lacquer sprayed on the cabinet island and cabinet panels was drastically different from that of the paint sample provided and as was promised would match ?exactly?, and 4.    The owner very unprofessionally pointed fingers and laid blame on the company that mixed the lacquer when the owner is the contractor providing the services and receiving payment for services of whom is responsible for ensuring that the services he provides and the products used for said services are of the quality he promises the customer, and 5.    The finish of the lacquer was that of over spray -- a dull, rough matte that was still transparent ? shadows of the wood finish still showing through, and appeared as though it was just the white primer, and 6.    None of the cracks ? spaces between trim moldings and cabinet and cabinet corners ? had been filled, and 7.    Holes that had been filled were grossly dimpled caused by not filling and sanding properly and by not allowing putty to completely dry prior to primer and lacquer application, and 8.    It was also quite apparent that sanding of all surfaces had not been done and that all that was done was primer sprayed on prior to lacquer application, and 9.    I, the customer, had to make two trips into Eureka to speak with the company who had mixed the lacquer to ensure that the lacquer color was matched correctly for the remainder of the project, and to obtain correctly matched oil-based paint so that I could fill cracks, sand, and re-paint all surfaces they had lacquered. I was told by the manager of the paint company that it was clear that the owner is not fully educated on paint and lacquer products and the behavior of said products, and that it is the painting/refinishing company's responsibility to verify color matching and to educate and properly advise their customers to ensure the best possible end result, and 10.    I, the customer, had to invest 3 full days to fill cracks, sand, prime, and re-paint the island cabinet and cabinet panels, and 11.    Painter?s tape that is designed specifically to not tear off existing dry paint, no less tear of wall board when applied and removed as per instruction, had been ripped off my walls, causing damage to the kitchen painted walls and wall board, and 12.    Repair of the above damage to walls was left for me, the customer, to repair, and 13.    When I stated that the lacquer finish looked like overspray -- dull matt primer -- and that this is unacceptable and I wanted to ensure that the doors and drawer fronts had the correct gloss finish, the owner then stated that he could always add a clear coat to obtain the gloss finish. When working with lacquer, a clear finish coat, whether matte, satin, or gloss, is standard practice ? it finishes  the surface -- and it appears, just as with the lack of proper prepping,  as though he was attempting to cut corners, and 14.    Once the cabinet doors and drawer fronts were finally brought back for installation, (2 weeks after project initiation), it is obvious that filling of cracks was not done prior to priming and lacquer application and that he attempted to just use the lacquer to fill cracks. Many of the cracks between the molding and the door faces remained, which is unacceptable for painted/lacquered finishes, and 15.    There were fingerprints in the lacquer finish on a couple of the door fronts where someone had handled them before the lacquer was dry, and 16.    I, the customer, had to fill the cracks, sand, prime, and re-paint all of the door faces and drawer fronts using oil-based paint. 17.    Not only was the job not as promised and of unbelievable poor quality, the job was not complete on July 12, 2013 as promised. Not only did I not receive the doors and drawer fronts back from them until 2 full weeks from project inception, I , the customer, had to completely re-finish the entire kitchen cabinets, doors, and drawer fronts myself.
- Jill C....